From Honda to General Motors to Ford; automobiles manufacturers from all across the world have been shortening their automobile manufacturing projects, with shocking incidents of reduction of well-praised vehicle models such as Chevrolet Equinox SUV. Ever since the great economic recession, this is the second time the automobile producing corporations are facing a drop of sale.
The sales record of automobiles across the world was soaring higher and higher, until now. Reduction or further fall of sales of motor vehicles are directly associated with how the conflict between the US government and China resolves, as well as the ongoing disputes between other trading nations.
Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors, is one of the several automobile authorities who have been trying their best to utilize the lessons they had learnt during the recession period, and make sure that the history depreciation does not repeat again. Preventive measures include early adjustment of production arrays to minimize the financial damages as much possible and by avoiding the incentive traps that had ruined several automobile industries during the first recession occurrence.
Although for the time being, General Motors have decided to cut the production of Chevrolet Equinox only, however its future plans of reduction include two other SUVs: the GMC Terrain and Chevrolet Trax, arising concerns that whether upcoming future launches in the automobile market will inflict further damage to the industries.
For the time beings, all the manufacturing industries are hell-bent on cutting any project or venture that has chances of incurring losses to the company and are playing by safe economic methods. Because of their commitment of ensuring the growth and continuation of the company, it is to be expected that every step taken by the automobile manufacturing leaders are implementing for the sake of protecting the future well-being of the corporations.